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Space Solutions completes makeover for CMS Cameron McKenna

Legal staff in Edinburgh are benefitting from an innovative new office environment designed for one of the city’s top law and tax firms.

CMS Cameron McKenna is pleased with its bespoke office space, which has been created in its Castle Street premises by Edinburgh-based workspace designers Space Solutions.

The revamped office has been designed to take advantage of the building’s location in the heart of the Capital. Design experts from Space Solutions have created new reception, conference and meeting suites that will allow staff and visitors to enjoy stunning views of Edinburgh Castle.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Space Solutions announces new rugby deal

Scotland’s leading workplace design firm as agreed a deal to become an official sponsor of one of Edinburgh’s top amateur rugby clubs.

Space Solutions, which has enjoyed impressive growth despite the recession, has agreed a four-figure deal to become the new First XV shirt sponsor of Boroughmuir Rugby Club for the 2010/11 Premier Division season.

Derek Binnie, director at Space Solutions, said: “We are delighted to give our support to Boroughmuir Rugby Club and look forward to seeing the team in action over the coming season.

The full story can be viewed on the Holyrood Partnership website.

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Staff from Scotland’s leading workplace design specialist Space Solutions raised over £1000 for Sense Scotland by taking part in a rafting event.

The team of six ‘Space Cadets’, John Mulgrew, Chris Andres, William Campbell, Yvonne Jansen, Robert Griffiths and Stephen Griffiths, from the company’s Glasgow office in Bath Street and its Dundee office in Gemini Crescent, tackled the River Tummel in Perthshire.

Space cadets Rafting

Space Cadets Rafting

The team raised £1118 through considerable support from Space Solutions management, as well as colleagues, clients, as well as their friends and families.

John Mulgrew, Commercial Manager at Space Solutions who organised the team, said: “It was an absolutely fantastic day. I have to admit it was a bit scary at times particularly when we managed to capsize at the bottom of an 18ft drop but that was all part of the fun and made it all the more exhilarating.

“Unfortunately we were unable to paddle our way back to first place after that but we are delighted to have raised this sum for a charity such as Sense Scotland which does invaluable work for deaf, blind and disabled children. We will be back again next year.”

In July staff from the Aberdeen office of Space Solutions completed the Three Peaks Challenge, climbing Britain’s three highest mountains, raising over £3500 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

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